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During our visit to PETA, Bruce Friedrich referred a number of times to what
could variously be interpreted as a moral principle, standard, or test. One might
state it thusly (PETA may or may not want it stated thusly – but this is at least one
way of understanding what Bruce said):
If you wouldn’t do x yourself, then it’s wrong for you to pay someone else to do x for
This principle was used to generate the conclusion that, for example, you shouldn’t
buy chicken meat, since you yourself wouldn’t butcher a chicken.
First, develop an objection to the use of this principle as a way of generating
conclusions such as the one given. Make the objection as compelling as possible.
Second, anticipate a likely response to your objection on behalf of PETA – a response
could either defend the principle as such or refine the principle to accommodate and
evade the point of the objection. Third, assess how the argument, after objection
and response, comes...